FRENCH SPEAKING SENIOR LAW ENFORCEMENT ADVISOR / INSTRUCTOR
MINIMUM TANGIBLE QUALIFICATIONS:
• Bachelors or advanced degree from an accredited university; ideally in a law-enforcement-related field of study, such as criminal justice, police science, or forensic science. Equivalent law enforcement training will be considered in lieu of a college degree, contingent upon the training. Examples of such training may include the FBI Academy at Quantico; homicide, drug, and other specialized investigative training; executive management programs; public manager certifications; details/assignments spent with federal law enforcement agencies.
• A minimum of 15-20 years as a sworn law enforcement officer in a U.S. law enforcement organization with the rank of chief of police, deputy chief of police, commander, major, captain, or lieutenant or the equivalent.
• Former military candidates should be able to demonstrate experience as a field-grade officer in a law and order assignment in which they conducted and supervised/managed criminal investigations; training; and internal affairs investigations.
• Must possess knowledge of the operations of a U.S. law enforcement agency, such as patrol, criminal investigations, internal affairs, recruiting, training and training academy management, budgeting and finance, forensics and crime scene management, and intelligence-led policing.
• The described requirements may be substituted by additional years of law enforcement and/or international criminal justice program development and/or training experience
• Must be able to obtain a Public Trust from DOJ prior to deployment
• U.S. citizens/Green card ONLY due to government or federal requirement.
• Because the official language in Benin is French, the candidate must be able to speak and understand French with no assistance from a translator. The candidate will ideally be able to write and read with minimal or no assistance from a translator.
• The language skill level of the candidate can be measured against the U.S. Department of State’s language proficiency requirements, as indicated below. A level 3 or above is desirable.
• 5-7 years of experience working internationally
• Having worked in like countries with hardship posts ( Haiti, Liberia, West Africa )
• Experience in managing multi-agency, cross-border, complex drug investigations related to organized crime is highly desirable.
For additional information on ICITAP go to www.usdoj.gov/criminal/icitap. At this site you’ll also find additional information on ICITAP’s approach to law enforcement management development.
|| ||US Justice Department’s International Criminal Investigative Training Assistance Program |
|How to Apply:
|| ||To apply go to http://www.engilitycorp.com and click on Careers and enter the keyword “ICITAP”. Applicants should also send a resume to Gary Souza, ICITAP Program Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org|
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